Libya fights for Liberation

Okay, first Egypt. Now Libya. The amount of information out there is overwhelming. I applaud the bravery of the people who are trying to oust the insane Gadaffi.

UPDATE 12:37: BBC staff arrested and tortured in Libya (ontd_political)

BBC newsteam kidnapped, hooded and beaten by Gadaffi’s forces (boing boing)

Activists seize Saif Gadaffi’s London mansion (boing boing)

Poignant quote from student rebels in Libya (boing boing)

President Obama to Those Conducting Violence in Libya: “It is Their Choice… and They Will Be Held Accountable” (White House)

Libya: The revolution will be Photoshopped (boing Boing)


One comment on “Libya fights for Liberation

  1. anonymous says:

    If you have witnessed crimes that take place in Libya,
    committed by the army, police or others, and information about events
    that violate human rights and those responsible for such violations,
    report to the institutions that are conducting investigations
    leading to the capture and trial of responsible for crimes against humanity.

    International Criminal Court (ICC)
    Information and Evidence Unit
    Office of the Prosecutor
    Post Office Box 19519
    2500 CM The Hague
    The Netherlands
    or sent by email to ,
    or sent by facsimile to +31 70 515 8555.

    Amnesty International
    Telephone: +44-20-74135500
    Fax number: +44-20-79561157

    Human Rights Watch
    350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
    New York, NY 10118-3299
    Tel: 1-(212) 290-4700

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